From a media release:
MURDOCH MYSTERIES RETURNS THIS FALL FOR A TANTALIZING NEW SEASON ON CBC TELEVISION
The all-new seventh season of MURDOCH MYSTERIES airs Mondays at 8 p.m. (8:30 NT) beginning September 30
Returning to CBC Television this fall for a dramatic seventh season is the number-one Canadian murder mystery, MURDOCH MYSTERIES, beginning on Monday, September 30 at 8 p.m. (8:30 NT). In a new season full of surprises, Detective Murdoch continues to unravel the cityâ€™s most devious murder mysteries all while elevating his romance with Dr. Julia Ogden to new heights.
ClickÂ hereÂ to view a sneak peek of MURDOCH MYSTERIES Season Seven.
In the season premiere, Murdoch Ahoy, Murdoch and his team find themselves aboard a state-of-the-art steamship for its maiden voyage at the request of ship-owner Clarence MacFarlane. Worried about jealous competitors and wild anarchists, MacFarlane wants to ensure his guests â€” a selection of Torontoâ€™s high and mighty â€” are safe. But their smooth sailing hits the rocks when MacFarlaneâ€™s daughter goes missing and itâ€™s suspected she has gone overboard. The investigation turns chaotic and precarious as Murdoch finds himself unscrambling myriad lies and unexpected dangers on the ship. Will Murdoch and his team make it safely to land, or will the shipâ€˜s inaugural voyage be its last?
Murdoch Ahoy was filmed aboard the only remaining Edwardian passenger steamship in the world, the S.S. Keewatin, which is now moored in Port McNicoll, Ontario. Built five years before the RMS Titanic, the S.S. Keewatin utilizes similar machinery, including a quadruple-expansion steam engine and Scotch boilers.
In season seven, Detective Murdoch crosses paths with famous figures, including Thomas Edison and Guglielmo Marconi, against a backdrop of historical events including the assassination of American President William McKinley and the death of Queen Victoria. Murdoch and his team investigate some of their most challenging cases to date as they probe an apparent zombie invasion, encounter the early days of “talkies” and the motion picture industry, and explore the dangerous underbelly of competitive sports.
Set in Toronto in the early 1900s, MURDOCH MYSTERIES explores the world of William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson), a dashing detective who uses inventive forensic techniques for the time to solve some of the cityâ€™s most gruesome crimes. Murdochâ€™s colleagues include Constable George Crabtree (Jonny Harris); Inspector Brackenreid (Thomas Craig); feisty pathologist Dr. Emily Grace (Georgina Reilly); and the love of his life, pathologist-turned-psychiatrist Dr. Julia Ogden (HÃ©lÃ¨ne Joy), a staunch supporter who shares the detectiveâ€™s fascination with science and innovation.
Watch MURDOCH MYSTERIES, Mondays at 8 p.m. (8:30 NT) beginning September 30.
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Go behind the scenes of hit drama series MURDOCH MYSTERIES for an exclusive inside look at the making of season seven with Making Murdoch, a digital mini-series available each week on the CBC player. Making Murdoch includes interviews with the cast, crew, writers and producers who bring the show to life, and insight into the history, characters, inventions, costumes, props and storylines featured in the new season.
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Enjoyed the episode and the use of Historical Keewatin
Q What was the name on the Life Boat shown I thought Nanticoke but could find no connection to other ships history
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